Re: Correction PRR Stock cars on Southern Pacific or Union Pacific tracks?


Dennis Storzek
 

The other possibility, pointed out by that photo of loading brick into a stockcar, is a non-livestock backhaul load. While brick typically didn't move far enough to get a PRR car on the SP, cut stone architectural l details could, as could terra cotta, both of which are weather resistant enough to travel in a stockcar. Remember, the car service rules allow a car to be loaded BEYOND its home district, provided the owner road participates in the move, so it is possible, if not likely.

Dennis Storzek

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